- Worlds Beyond Home - Experience all the wondrous phenomena The Legend of Nayuta has to offer with HD visuals, high quality music, 60fps, and new illustrations added for this Western release!
- Skills for Every Season - Enter the fray with real-time action gameplay and environment-based puzzles that are affected by the current season. Utilize season-based magic and powerful weapon skills to take down your foes, and unlock new techniques based on your performance
- An Ocean of Adventure - Dive into a different kind of Trails game! Experience a light, whimsical story rooted in fantasy and discovery with a variety of colorful locations and characters, plus tons of extra quest content
Nayuta spends his days gazing up at the stars above his island home and wondering what lies beyond the horizon. Though people claim the sea they live on is flat and finite, Nayuta knows there must be more out there, just waiting to be discovered.
Occasionally, ruins and stars will fall from the sky over Nayuta's home, offering what seem to be glimpses of other worlds. While exploring one such ruin, he and his friends save a small, fairy-like girl by the name of Noi. She tells Nayuta that something very important has been stolen from her and asks for his help in retrieving it.
It's with this that Nayuta's journey begins—one which will take him far beyond the confines of his island to experience new worlds and extraordinary discoveries!
The Legend of Nayuta: Boundless Trails [Deluxe Edition] includes:
- Base Game
- Digital Soundtrack
- Mini Artbook
*While supplies last.
|Average rating:||(5 out of 5)|
Please note that opinions expressed in any review are those of our customers and do not necessarily match those of the Playasia.com team.
I tried out the psp-version long ago, and this version is nearly the same with better textures and new character-portraits for npcs, that make the cutscenes more engaging.
Unlike the other "Kiseki" games, the focus in this one is clearly the action gameplay instead of a big story, so it has more ties to the Ys-series in that regard. The gameplay is really fun, and the music is excellent as always!
The gameplay is excellent - fully utilizing PSP's control, in addition to having balanced difficulty; not overwhelming, but not too easy. The boss battles require the player to figure out their weaknesses, which can change a few times even within the same battle.
The quests may be overwhelming for those unfamiliar with Japanese, so I suggest having a dictionary in hand while playing. No worries, however; NPCs and the stages required for the quests are always marked, which makes things easier.
As for the tracks? Excellent. Admittedly, I didn't like them much at first, but after playing the game, I feel they suit the game perfectly, and love them so much now.
In short? Buy, buy it. No need to worry about other entries in the series; this game, despite having Kiseki tag, is a standalone.
The game"s strengh is in its gameplay and musics.
It's fun en dynamic.
The length is also good.
Log in or create account to post your own reviews.